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We Want Government to come Clear and Tell Us what they have to Offer Than Forcing us to the Classroom – Striking Teachers

We Want Government to come Clear and Tell Us what they have to Offer Than Forcing us to the Classroom – Striking Teachers


MoE/ GES Release Today Follow Now

The call for transparency and fairness in the educational sector is ringing loud and clear as striking teachers demand clarity from the government. Instead of resorting to legal maneuvers, the authorities should engage in open dialogue and address the legitimate concerns of teachers.

The recent move by the National Labour Commission to seek an injunction against the striking teachers reflects a concerning trend of attempting to suppress dissent rather than addressing the root issues. While the teachers have expressed their willingness to abide by the court’s order for the next ten days, they have made it clear that this is not a long-term solution.

At the heart of the matter lies a simple yet crucial question: Will the government fulfill its obligations to the teaching community? The demand for clarity on matters such as housing allowance, utility subsidy allowance, professional development allowance, and assessment allowance is not unreasonable. These are essential components that contribute to the well-being and professional growth of teachers.

It is disheartening to witness the lack of recognition for the pivotal role teachers play in shaping the future of our nation. The suggestion that teachers should simply leave their profession if conditions are unfavorable is not only ignorant but also disrespectful. Teachers are dedicated professionals who deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.

As the agitation among teachers intensifies, it is imperative for union leaders to stand firm in advocating for their members’ rights. The grievances of teachers must be addressed with the same urgency and commitment as those of other sectors. To dismiss the demands of teachers is to undermine the very foundation of our educational system.

In the spirit of collaboration and mutual respect, it is time for the government to come forward and engage in meaningful dialogue with the teaching community. Only through open communication and genuine efforts to address concerns can we ensure a brighter future for both teachers and students alike.

The Teacher Unions are yet to release any official communique with regards to the Strike

MoE/ GES Release Today Follow Now

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Peter N. Djangmah is a multifaceted individual with a passion for education, entrepreneurship, and blogging. With a firm belief in the power of digital education and science, I am affectionately known as the Private Minister of Information. Connect with me
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